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    Grouplove I The Cotillion March 28

    • Date: March 28, 2017
    • Time: 8:00 PM
    • Admission: $25 ADVANCE - $28 DAY OF SHOW
    • Location: The Cotillion
      11120 W. Kellogg, Wichita, KS 67209


    THE BIG MESS TOUR
    GROUPLOVE
    TUE, MARCH 28, 2017
    DOORS: 7PM
    $25 ADVANCE - $28 DAY OF SHOW
    ON SALE FRI 11/18 10:00 AM CST
    THIS EVENT IS ALL AGES
    All seating is general admission. Table reservations are available at The Cotillion or by calling 316-722-4201. Check room will be open. Nancy's A-Maize-N Sandwiches will be here serving her Famous #8 and more! Text ROCK to 49798 for special pre-sale info and chances at FREE tickets!
    GrouploveBig MessTurns out that a big mess can actually be a good thing. In the case of Grouplove’s third studio album, Big Mess refers not only to a lyric in the buoyant lead single “Welcome To Your Life,” but also to the situation in which they found themselves when they got off the road following 2013’s
    Spreading Rumours. For the first time since releasing their breakthrough 2011 debut, Never Trust A Happy Song, Grouplove were back in Los Angeles indefinitely, with a lot of catching up to do. “We got off tour and realized we had been completely neglecting normal life,” says singer and keyboard player Hannah Hooper. “We were out of touch with friends and family, our house looked like we were hoarders -- it was like an explosion of so much at once.” In the midst of it all, Hooper and Grouplove singer/guitarist Christian Zucconi, who have been a couple since the band’s inception, found out they were going to have a baby. Like the true pair of artists they are, Zucconi and Hooper viewed the chaos as an opportunity to be creative. “We felt so out of control. Instead of trying to deal with the mess, we just started writing,” Hooper explains. “We had so many songs come out of that, and Big Mess is a collection of our favorites.” The album’s opening track, “Welcome To Your Life,” was one of close to forty songs that began in that messy moment. Hooper recorded the hook -- “we’re back in business, you’re such a big mess, and I love you” -- on her laptop